Displays a calendar and allows the user to select a date.
A GtkCalendar is a widget that displays a calendar as a grid, one month at a time, allowing the user to select a particular date.
The visual style of the calendar may be modified comprehensively using set_display_options() . Of course, the whole purpose of creating the calendar itself is to retrieve the input from the user! You may use get_date() to retrieve the date selected by the user.
GtkCalendar ();-- Creates a calender widget.
clear_marks() Removes all visual markers. display_options() DEPRECATED. Sets display options for the calendar. freeze() Freezes the display prior to allow updates. get_date() Returns the currently selected date as an indexed array containing the year, the month and the day. get_display_options() Returns the current calendar display options. mark_day() Places a visual marker on the given day. select_day() Determines the day to be selected. select_month() Determines the month and year to be selected. set_display_options() Sets the display options of the calendar. thaw() Thaws the display following freeze. unmark_day() Removes the visual marker set on a given day. "day-selected" Emitted when the given day is selected. "day-selected-double-click" Emitted when the given day is clicked on twice. "month-changed" Emitted when the user attempts to change the current month. "next-month" Emitted when the user chooses to go forward by one month. "next-year" Emitted when the user chooses to go forward by one year. "prev-month" Emitted when the user chooses to go backward by one month. "prev-year" Emitted when the user chooses to go backward by one year.